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Thread: ETS on a PIC ??? Yes - it can be done.
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face BY : Dan Michaels email (remove spam text)



I've been playing around with equivalent-time sampling on a PIC,
and have put up some info about this on the web.

I find that you can get ETS to work up to a 1 Mhz equivalent sampling
rate, and can measure analog signals out to about 120 Khz this way,
versus about 5 Khz with normal sampling [ie, max sampling rate of 50
khz, ~20 usec].

http://www.oricomtech.com/ets.htm

If anyone else has tried this sort of thing, I would be interested
in hearing about your experiences.

best regards,
- dan michaels
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